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of the opposite of lance. >> i would say he's the opposite of lance. >> reporter: and there was russell, a new friend of angie's who had gone out that evening with her and her friend, anita, another female engineering student at smu. >> you saw her that last night? >> yes. >> how was she? >> she was angie. i mean she was fine. >> reporter: that night anita accompanied angie and russell on an expedition to a series of bars and clubs. angie's boyfriend, ben, was not present. >> ben was aware of fact that angie, russell and i were all going out together. >> reporter: at least to angie's friend, evelyn, ben didn't seem like the type to get jealous or violent. >> you could never imagine ben hurting angie? >> i could absolutely never, ever imagine ben hurting angie. >> reporter: the evening ended at 1:00 a.m. angie dropped russell off at his apartment which was walking distance from her own and then took anita home. anita had thought about spending the night at angie's, but decided against it. >> what was the last thing you said to each other that night? >> see you tomorrow at the football game. she
: russell lined up against him. >> brent: so, the final 20 seconds landry jones will throw it back to him. touchdown and penalty, because >> rece: sell w russell was on the ground. must be offensive interest e fearence. >> referee: offense. >> kirk: he threw russell down. just threw him down. he wanted a piece of jackson, instead it was russell. throws him down. saw a lot of that last week in the florida state/miami game with benjamin. that's one way to get open. >> brent: so, the ball will be brought back to the 15 yard line. you know when you look at the history of oklahoma football no one has a better winning percentage against them than notre dame. this is going to make, i believe, the overall record for oklahoma now one win against nine losses against the irish. landry jones is in trouble. sacked. down at the 22 yard line. shembo on top of him. number 55. >> kirk: shembo finally gets home. lewis-moore also in there, the entire pocket just collapsed, symbolic of the way this game went for notre dame and how unfortunately it went for oklahoma and their offensive line. >> brent: coaches
.... orioles' closer jim joonssn n theegame....e's not on this pitch. firstt batter of the inning, russell martin goes deep out to left and the yankees would nottstop there. they score 5 runs off joonson, and take game onn of the american league divisional seriess 7-2. great atmosphere.... toogh resuut. 3313 we're going to bounce back, we'll be ine. we have all the bounce back, we'll be 3313 we're goiig to bounce back, we'll be finn. we have pll the confidence in he do a better ob of pushing runs across, and give them leadd in tight games. therr's nottmuch timm to think about it, the twooteams pinisheddtoday, and will play again today in camden yards, &ppt 8:00. the tough loss doesn't change the faat that this town has been ransformed by thee orioles this year.the team won its first playoff game in 11 years on frrday, and ttere's still a ton of confidence as continues. joel d. smith live at panera in towson with more players, and he's also the - checking out how the fans are enjoying this baseball renaissance. good morning joel d. &pd. 3 3 that brings us to think the o's ca
million subject to approval by the board of supervisors and mayer. >> yes, ms. russell. >> good afternoon, welcome general manager and commissioners. my i have the over head please? i am rosana russell, real estate services. it's my great pleasure to ask your approval to purchase a 4.6 acre property in 330 new hall street in san francisco for $15 million. the seller is third and evans, l.l.c. this is a correction from the agenda. the property is improved with two building built in 1978 and a large parking lot. the two buildings have two street addresses. the first is 1550 evans. a two story steel frame office building with 31535 square feet. the second is at 330 new hall street and contains approximately 15,000 square feet of space. it has a large parking lot, which would allow parking for approximately 200 vehicles. the property is located in the bay view district of san francisco and a five minute walk from our water pollution control plant. i will show you a map. we had the property appraised in march of this year. has a fair market value of $16 million. the city and county of san fran
in smoldering smoky fires that can strike while you sleep. don russell is a scientist at texas a&m. when i go to the store to buy a smoke detector, i assume that it's going to sound when there's smoke. >> that's a reasonable assumption, but it's wrong. >> reporter: we had him set up a test, placing three ionization detectors, the kind that most of us have, in a room, then setting a couch on fire. toxic smoke is building, but it takes 36 minutes for the first detector to go off. but there's another technology out there that gives you better warning in these fires. it's called a photoelectric detector. so dr. russell set up another test, this time with a photoelectric next to those three ionization detectors. 17 minutes in, with barely any smoke in the room, the photoelectric sounds the alarm. the ionizations? they're still silent for another 21 minutes. even with smoke everywhere. >> if i would have relied on ionization, then my family probably wouldn't make it out. but with the photoelectric they'd have plenty of time to get out. >> reporter: the leading smoke detector companies do make photo
of south dakota is being remembered tonight. russell means has died, one of the first american activists, to show the plight of tribes, he helped lead the bloody uprising at wounded knee, back in 1973. the first time many realized the struggles of native americans and the struggles they saw every day. after leading that movement he appeared in several hollywood films and died at his ranch in porcupine, south dakota, at the age of 72 >>> and those who graduate in the top fifth of their class in terms of being popular, go on to make more money in life by an average of about 10% more, decades after they leave high school. the study says in effect, learning how to play the game in the world of high school increases your odds of figuring out how life works. when we come back. why members of the greatest generation are telling their stories to a scout who really wants to make a difference. >>> our final report here is about recording the lives of the greatest generation of americans, 16 million americans proudly served this nation in world war ii many are still with us, with the va saying we w
phelan. >> here's a look at what is in store. >> russell brand on the program, and scary halloween products, coming up. >> going to the fourth string quarterback. that is coming up next in sports. >> the maryland lottery, let yourself play. tonight's jackpot is an estimated $1 million. 37-6-26-27-39-25. if no one matches all six numbers on one line of a ticket, the jackpot climbs to $1,050,000. the next drawing is monday night at 11:22 here on wbal-tv 11. the maryland lottery, let yourself play. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. >> the first season in maryland proved a disaster and players left the program. one step forward equaled three steps back when it comes to injuries. a foot injury has not ended his season. no. 7 showed poise last week, but now to lose three quarterbacks is almost unheard of. freshman lon -- linebacker shawn petty. the bears host delaware state on espn news. it is good to have such options. 41
, russell martin y los yankees de nueva york arruinaron una fiesta que llevaba 15 años de preparación. russell martin abrió la novena con el jonrón del desempate contra jim johnson, mientras sabathia ofreció una actuación brillante y los yankees derrotaron por 7-2 a los orioles de baltimore en el primer juego de su serie divisional en la liga americana. sabathia admitió dos carreras y ocho imparables en ocho entradas y dos tercios para impulsar a los yankees que tomaron la ventaja al frustrar el primer partido de los orioles como anfitriones en postemporada desde 1997. el segundo partido de la serie será esta noche siempre en candem yard de baltimore. por la nfl, las cosas no fueron completas como se penso porque solo el equipo de baltimore gano y los redskins volvieron a perder en casa. vamos a kansas city, en el duelo de la semana 5 entre los ravens y los chiefs que se resolvió sin anotaciones para baltimore con marcador de 9-6. durante el medio tiempo solamente se registraron dos goles de campo, uno para cada equipo. el novato pateador justin tucker, tuvo dos goles de campo
to speed and it will remain clear. and a crash on russell street and hamburg street. and this area and at camden street and camden yards at 6:00 and the marathon is at 8:00. that's time saver traffic. >>> two men will be sentenced for killing a man at the towson town center. the victim was shot last december. two suspects will go before the judge and face the possibility of life in prison. >>> a man accused of attempting to assassinate the president will be in court today. oscar hernandez fired shots at the white house. the first family was not home at the time. >>> tomorrow and a man shot on the first day of school and this is last month as he continues his recovery, the community wants to help out and coming up tomorrow, the blast will hold a sacker marathon from 2 to 6. the money will go to the 17 year old's medical bills. he had three surgeries since the shooting. >>> you can go out to eat and help out a great cause. police officers will serve as guests in red robin restaurants during a number of hours. part of the proceedings will go to the special olympics. >>> you make out t
wanted to know the questions that you wanted answered that didn't come up. mark russel writes we "need" to hear about the military. something obviously that's very important here around the beltway. we heard from amanda from fairfax county. she writes poverty in a real way. the conversation continues online right now at nbcwashington.com. we have complete analysis and a local story board that shows how the debate played out right here in the d.c. area. we want to invite you to join us. >> both candidates continue in northern virginia over the next few days. governor romney will visit leesburg to be the. >> now, some breaking news in silver spring. shots fired out tonight. it happened at the busiest time of day as the dinner crowd was rushing in. shomari stone tells us what happened. >> reporter: well, people who live in this neighborhood and folks who are getting chinese food in this take out tell me that this shooting is very unusual. in fact, a customer walked outside, looked around the corner, saw the scene and then called police. >> something really bad just happened. >> reporter:
. >>> "entertainment tonight," the worldwide leader in entertainment news. >>> did this pro dancer come between russell crowe and his wife? >> did you have an affair with danielle? >> his new "e.t." interview revealing the communication he just had with crowe. >>> plus the new shots of russell working in new york. >>> then -- katy perry and john mayer are back on. the new video. >>> and demi at 50. >> how is she coping with ashton dating 29-year-old? >>> hollywood women sound off as mitt's debate comment goes viral. >> brought us whole binders full of women. >> the jokes. the tweets. the fallout today. >>> then -- ♪ >> susan boyle painfully shy after her "dancing with the stars" duet with donny osmond.
couple, russell crowe and his wife, also australian native. according to sydney morning's herald newspaper they are separating after nine years of marriage. they have two sons. an 8-year-old and 6-year-old. he met daniel spencer on set, 22 years ago, on the set of the film "the crossing." she was a musician. he proposed 2002. had a nice quiet wedding. they their children attend school in sydney. remained in australia. the sydney morning herald, russell crowe and wife daniel spencer have separated. ryan. used to date her. >> russell crowe in hollywood. welcome news to the lady. they like the gladiator. >> remember the couple that famously, infamously, crashed the white house state dinner the told you a few months ago, the woman, left her husband, they got divorced officially in august she decided to run away with the, the guitarist from journey, neil sean. guess what apparently, a couple days ago he brought her up on stage at a concert and popped a question to our now engaged. apparently got her an 11.5 carat diamond ring. she and ex-husband, signed a $50 million, he against her,
side of the aisle al sharpton, russell simmons they thought that for a long time. how often do you see grover norquist and russell simmons on the same side of any issue? it's vulnerable because it's failed on the number and immoral and hurting people so vastly. >> jon: do you have a couple minutes minutes to stick around? >> yes. >> jon: "the house i live in." eugene jarecki. it's in [cheers and applause] >> jon: that's our show. you know, join us tomorrow at 11:00. tomorrow night we're going to review the debate from tonight, review the president's performance in the debate from tonight and then thursday night, the president will be here and i'll have to apologize for the review of the debate. [ laughter ] i'm having a wonderful week. here it is your moment of zen. >> john this, say tropical storm. you say why are you showing me this? john is move north. the moisture from john left over, the spin, the s captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >>
... but not on thii pitch. first bbtter of the inning, russell &pmartin goes deep out to left and the yankees would not stop therr. thee score 5 runs ff johnson, and take game one of the american league divviiinal series, 7-2. (("you know, we had our chances...fun to watch.")) watch.")) the two teams play againn tonight at camden yyrds, at 8:00. that tough loss doesn't change the fact ttat this town has been transforred bb thee orioles this year.the team won its first playoff game in 15 years on friday, anddtheee's still a ton of confidencc as this series with the yankees joel d. smith live at panera in towson with more postgame cooments from the players, and he's also checking out how the fans are enjoying this baseball renaissance. good mornnig joel . d. mmrr reynolds: 3348 (theedelaa) we got some good card pllying in, packed house, a ggeat environnent, it was a great night, except for the ootcome 3 3 pttorneys foorjerry sandusky will meet with a judge today... just one day ahead of hii sentencing.thee'llldiscuss matters related to tooorrow's two ourt sessions.the first is a hearinggto dec
come back, we will be joined by dennis banks from new york where he was attending the russell tribunal on palestine. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. on this day that some call columbus day, others talk about it in a different way, wanting to bring out the real history of the americas. stay with us. ♪ [music break] ♪ [music break] >> this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we're on the road in durango, colorado at fort lewis college, which graduates more native americans than any four-year college in the united states. we're going to new york or dennis banks is, the legendary native american activist from the ojibwa tribe. in 1968, he co-founded the american indian movement. a year later, he took part in the occupation of alcatraz island in california. 1972, assisted and activist groups across the rest to draw attention. aim took over the indian affairs building. in 1973, the american indian movement took over and occupied wounded knee on the pine ridge indian reservation for 71 day
standoff on the reservation where russell means was born. george was born in south dakota and grew up to be a united states senator and the 1972 democratic nominee for president. russell means was born eight years later on the pine ridge indian reservation and grew up to be a leader of the american indian movement. a group that protested the history of signing and violating government treaties. george mcgovern was 90 years old when he died on sunday. russell means died the next day on the pine ridge indian reservation. he was 72. according to the new york times, a few months before he was diagnosed with inoperable cancer last year, russell means cut off his braids. he said it was a gesture of mourning for his people. the sioux believe that hair holds memories and mourners cut their hair to release those memories and to release the people in those memories to the spirit world. knowledge . americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough tim
in their home, and never receive a warning. >> reporter: don russell is a scientist at texas a&m. he's run hundreds of tests. >> when i go to the store to buy a smoke detector, i assume it's going to sound when there's smoke. >> that's a reasonable assuon wrong. >> reporter: his findings are a bombshell in the industry. that the most popular smoke detectors may not help you in a fire. you're about to see just how scary that can be. ix had dr. russell set up a test at the texas a&m engineering extension service. first, dr. russell placed three ionization detectors, the kind most of us have in a room with a couch. next, firefighters set a slow smoky fire using a soldering iron. we're watching on monitors outside. firefighters say every minute counts to get your family out. but watch. the room is filling up with smoke, and the smoke detectors still haven't gone off. it's been 30 minutes. >> the smoke is all the way to where the smoke detectors are. and ix still don't have any alert from the smoke detectors. >> reporter: finally, at 36 minutes -- >> ix did have a smoke detector going off. >> r
the pennant i was 7 and bill russell came home and i remember the beer flying through the air. i said, if only that could happen for the nationals for my kids. i was at game five with his epic collapse. i thought two things, one, the universe just isn't right. it wasn't supposed to end like this. >> and all of us became national fans, we were so excited. the best record in the national league, incredibly exciting team. even though you were sitting strasbu strasburg, everything seemed to be going right and you run into people, getting in the subway and the cardinals for the second year in a row they come in this epic thing and you can only think of my suffering now as a
:54:18) (russell) "you could be giving a family membbr social security or pour information." (14:27:24) infrrnge on annone's rivacy -3 but o proviie police and passengers with additional inforraaion that can help police resolveecrimes shoull one occur." occur..there will be a sign on that viieo and audio is being m-t-a officcals say they got geeeral's office. live from the mondawmin bus stop, iim megan gglliland, fox45 morning &pnews. killlngghis grandparents is ith& now bbck in marylandd maryland.maathew longgwas wednesday... and iisnow bbing counts of firrt degree murder. investtggtors say long used a knife and ddmbbells to kill his grandparents... vaughn and &pmarjorie pepper... last month innide their pikesville home. the next day ... auuhorities founddlong unreeponsive inside an oklahoma motel... from an apparent suicide attempt. 4529 perssnnel at the hotel &pthe hospital. at that point h &ptreatmeet when our agency was notified 38 38investigators say they had improved to interview him and bring him back to maryland. so far, ttey have not identifiid a otive in the iilings. baltimore c
and the russell 2,000 lagging a bit. despite better than expected gdp numbers this morning my next guest is still expecting a pullback in the markets. today's number made him alter his opinion. he says the markets have rallied beyond where they deserve to be. wealth management investment advisor joining as a fox business exclusive. eric has $6 billion in assets under management. between yesterday and this morning where were you yesterday in estimates of where we pull back? >> we already had a 4% full back, of 5% full back some weeks ago and that is starting to happen now. gdp number is interesting because it surprise folks on the upside. with the you heard about or not they were expecting that number to be much weaker and the fact that it wasn't is very good news for the markets. every data point matters. the markets have really rallied sharply, the s&p 500 is up 30%. a huge run up on expectations of the economy improving. if the improvement dozen start to happen no reason stocks shouldn't trade at these levels but data like today, good first stop. liz: you tempered your outlook. you thought we w
stopped supporting him and paying him. >>> south dakota native american activist russell means died monday morning. he was 72. >> means had been battling throat cans near recent years and rejected conventional treatments in favor of traditional native medicines. we look back at his life. >> reporter: russell means was a leading advocate for native american causes, confrontational right up until his final year. >> i resent that question. >> reporter: means was on the front lines of protests by the american indian movement. he led the 1973 takeover of wounded knee, a standoff with the federal government that last the 71 days. he sought a return to native american traditions while standing up for treaty rights. he disagreed with critics who said ames' aggressive tactics were counterproductive. >> the american indian will win only involving itself in violence in self-defense. never did we attack, never. >> reporter: movie audiences unfamiliar with means' political activism came to know his work in film like the last of mohicans and pocahontas. he said he found the art of acting fulfilling. thi
from russell road to get on northbound 95. here's a live picture from our sky 9. the ramp is blocked. you can see all the equipment and activity on the scene. luckily it's friday morning light and you only have rubber necking delays on 95 itself heading northbound toward quantico and past the accident scene. let's go a little further north. here's what it looks like in springfield. not bad coming up from route 644. a live look at 270 southbound. just the brake lights here at route 109. other than that it looks good in germantown. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:25. >>> 5:19 -- 6:19. we want to take another look at the question of the morning. pet owners were asked if you could ask your pet one question, what would it be? us with their number one answer a, are you happy? b, do you like your food? or c, do you like me? >> our facebook friend bryce says he doesn't have to ask his pets but he would like to know why they can't go to the bathroom when i need them to. >> or where. >> or where, exactly. we'll have more of your responses and the correct answer about a half-hour
>>> good morn, everyone, welcome to news 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's monday, october 8, 2012. a man has died after being shot several times by montgomery county police during a standoff. the incident started around 3:00 this morning. police shot the man several times with his girlfriend and three kids looking on. news 4 megan mcgrath has more. >> reporter: there was some pretty tense moments in the silver spring neighborhood this morning. it all began with a 911 call. a 22-year-old man armed with a gun told the dispatcher he wanted police to shoot him. in the end, that's exactly what happened. police say they opened fire after the man confronted them with a handgun. a woman and three children could be seen through the window of an ambulance, seeking shelter following their early morning ordeal. they appeared shaken but not hurt. also startled, neighbors who awoke to the sound of gunfire. >> i was laying in bed and we heard -- sounded like seven shots. we heard an officer yell for him to get on the ground. we ran upstairs and started looking out front
in sky fox hovering above this accident along the ramp from quantico that is leaving russell road to go north along i-95678 the vehicle is back up on its wheels at this time but the ramp is still partially blocked. coming from russell road to nowntd i-95, no one able -- to northbound i-95, no one able to get by. delays for bay half mile. traffic will slow again working your way out of lorton headed up to the franconia springfield parkway. coming northbound, we had reports of an incident tying up the second lane from the left as you work your way towards springfield. southbound 270, no trouble spots to report here, just volume delays traveling from 109 out towards 121. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. -timetraffic. >>> metro is releasing more information about its plans for the presidential inauguration. public event will happen on monday, january 21st because january 20th falls on a sunday. metro will start running trains at 4:00 in the morning. if you park at a metro lot, you will are v. to pay on the way out. four years ago, the money was collected on the way in and that c
. katy perry and russel brand ignored each other at a recent laker's game. what happened? >> well, the plot thickens a little bit. last night, both were at the laker's game and had floor seats. it's impossible not to see everybody when you're on the floor at the lakers game, so, clearly, they saw each other. they never walked up to each other during the game. we just did tmz live a few moments ago and somebody called in who said he was at the game and they have a fancy schmancy bar that people go to at halftime who were on the floor and others, you know, who have special seating. this person said that he saw katy walk into that bar, although he didn't see her walk up to russell brand, but the bar's pretty small, so it's pretty hard to avoid there. as far as we could see, certainly on the floor, they never made contact, which i think, shawn s a little bit weird. >> yeah. >> at least you go up and say hey, how are you doing? >> or even a wave across the room. even if you don't like each other. hey, i see you and acknowledge you. >> and -- . >> who knows. >> it doesn't happen. at lea
schemes. >> york 11 forecast with chief meteorologist tom russell meyer. >> subtle changes in the path tonight and tomorrow, enjoy clearing skies with quite a bit of sunshine. the reign as you can see, moisture getting off the mid- atlantic coast. with the clearing skies, they may drop another a couple extra degrees. what does a little over. -- just over half what it all hinges for the year. of the morning was 20 degrees lower than normal. it might get cooler than that, but temperatures will drop a little quicker this evening. a blanket of cloudiness remove from the area. los sixties out of western maryland, unseasonable tly mild. 52 suburbs, 60 downtown. the rain moving out at least temporarily. the light of showers in chicago, back down toward misery. blizzard conditions at times earlier today, wind is gusting. air temperatures around freezing. morton, as this area of low pressure. the leading edge of that is the front is expected to reach baltimore. maybe a few flurries of the mountains sunday night into monday morning. the chilly air crosses lake superior. we get to enjoy a warm da
don't always see the results we expect. i want to mention the passing of russell means and from the american indian movement and from the bay area and his contributions to the united states is significant and the 60's and two individuals who have made a great difference in our nation's history. the other thing i am introducing today is a resolution. colleagues you may have heard reports in the media privacy related to the clipper cards. i think it's important -- can't make sure that people who are using clipper cards can be protected against any use of information about how where they go and the whereabouts are using the clipper card to make sure they're protected so i am intriewtion a resolution calling on the metropolitan transportation commission and we have consistency with transit and track usage with transportation and passes and transit passes and that is mine for submission. >> thank you supervisor avalos. supervisor cohen. >> thank you very much. good afternoon colleagues. i have two simple items to introduce today. the first is the drafting of a request for the c
breaking news on the road. if you're traveling i-95 northbound, here's the situation. the ramp from russell road to northbound i-95 is shut down due to a crash in that area. chopper 4 is over the scene. it reports this accident is following an overturned vehicle. police and fire department both on the scene. if you're traveling russell road headed to i-95 northbound, you cannot get onto northbound i-95 now. 95 looking like at least a mile backup at this time. if you're traveling in the quantico area heading on 95 northbound, expect some delays. i'm going to keep watching this and give you another update in ten minutes. let's head over to maryland. md-355 between mot road and lewisdale road. i can see i-270 northbound starting to hit the breaks at 109. delays in and around clarksburg road. >>> 6:12 now. the former redskin wading into a hotly contested political issue. [ female announcer ] it's one of the hardest decisions a family can make... realizing a nursing home is the only choice. for many middle class families, medicaid is the only way to afford the care. but as a governor, mitt romne
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jimmjohnson in the game...he's not on this pitch. first batter of the iining, russell martin gges deep out to left and the yankees would not stop there. they score 5 runs off johnson, and take game one of the american league divisional series, 7-2.. great atmosphere.... tough result. 3313 we're going to bounce back, we'll be fine. we have alllthe confidence in the bullpen, and we have to do a better job of pushing runs acrrss, and give hhre's not much time to think about it, the two teams finished today, and will play at 8:00. the tough loss doeen't change the fact that this town has been transformed by the orioles this year.the team won years on friday, and there's still a ton of confidence as this series with the yankees continues. joel d. smith live at panera in towsoo with more postgame comments from the ppayers, and he's also checking out how the fannsare enjoying this baseball renaassance. gooddmorning joel d. d. mark reynolds: 3348 (the delay) we got 3&psome good card playinn in, but the fans stucc around the packed house, a great environment, it was a greatt night, exxe
runs, started off with russel martin home run. that was the case, 7- 2, the final score, fans were so thrilled to have an electric atmosphere as baltimore brought playoff baseball back to charm city. >> our guys get it. tic tsÑ[hthat lives in reality, they understand the sense of urgency. you can say you got beat by a good quality pitcher tonight, but, that's why teams are playing this time of year. we have good quality pitchers, too. have as we go forward in the are tweeting about was the atmosphere ;cg)xinvolving the f jones said during the anthem, the o that came out during the star spangled banner said bçrt was bone chilling. he says fans need to stay hungry as they get ready for game two. an't go to the bronx if you are down to the yankees, no win to two losses. >>> a special moment to tell you about, the start of the game last night. hall high sc?jxwon the first day of school, he got to throw out the first pitch. his guidance counselor tossed a ball. a fellow student is charged with shooting daniel on the first day of school. the counselor is credited with zsuspect. he $m >>>
exciting up until the ninth when russell martin opened things up for the orioles. he led off the inning with a home run in. new york would go on to score five runs in the last inning. were certainly disappointed after the loss, but they did not lose their pride. >> it was certainly upsetting, but i still have faith. my model is it is never easy -- moto is, it is never easy. >> we have two more to go at least. we will come back and give it our best. >> they take on the gis to night. be sure to tune in at 6:00 for life, a team coverage. local businesses are making big bucks off of the o's win. a new sportswear shop work all night to print them and get them on the racks for eager fans. restaurants are hosting watch parties for vans that could not make it to the ballpark. for businesses cashing in opening day all over again. >> opening day is pretty large, needless to say, and we're hoping it will be a miniature opening day. to go ahead 24 hours to plan for this. it is exciting. if you're going to have a problem, it is a good problem to have. >> it is expected to continue tonight as the o's
for many years and in 1861 there was a new co-worker named john brooks russell. if you read a colored man's reminiscences of james madison and the entire memoir is included as an appendix in my book you will see that it starts with a preface. and intelligent colored man who works in the department of the interior. he was an eye witness to important history and i thought his recollections worth writing down in almost his own words. paul jennings was himself litter and learned to read and write as a slave. i discovered j.d. are was john brooks russell. he was the one who submitted to a history magazine in 1863 and two years later it was published as a slim volume by the same name with jennings's by line on the title page. there were very few copies ever printed. i am thankful that it was not altogether lost to history. it has been quoted by historians over the years especially the passages about the war of 1812 and we are celebrating the 200th anniversary of that war today. jennings had an exciting wartime adventures as he came of age and played a major role in helping madison rescue the en
to music. imagination interrupted. >>> and a person in the news tonight, russell means has died. he was a member of the oglala sioux indian tribe and led an and became the most famous modern times to lead an occupation, 71 days, and you know the name, wounded knee. later, we saw him in the movies, there the elder alongside daniel day-lewis in "the last of the mohicans" and even once said "every man must be a warrior, fighting for a cause you believe in. russell means died from cancer at the age of 72. >>> we do want to hear from you. tell us which pictures, people and quotes capture your imagination. tweet them to us, #instantindex. >>> and coming up, are we taking a look at the future for all of us living small, really small. 47 inches of home sweet home. we'll take you inside. [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. i was skeptical at first. but after awhile even my girlfriend notic
. >> in 1984 attorney bill russell was on a search party and found lance turner's body and has been voin involved in the dunkel investigation ever since. dunkel got a death sentence for three murders russell says he urged the fbi to investigate for kevin collins disappearance and that agents went to interview him again. >> he gave agents an impression he knew about the case. that he knew something. but clammed up and decided not to say anything more. >> but that story is hard to verify. the key agent in the san francisco office who would have worked the case passed away. the fbi tell meez they destroy the dunkel file without scanning it and they can't access the kevin collins files because it's been damaged in a flood at washington, d.c. archives and its drying out now. >> and i feel kevin never would got kevin back and to find the person it's not right. it's not fair. why was he just put on the back burner? >> i wrote to john dunkel on death row asking him about the boys he admitted killing and kevin collins. he sent a bizarre four page letter. the most coherent thing he wlot wroet was
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